Previously, I created an interactive view just looking at goal breakdowns by Major League Soccer teams overall for the 2015 season. I’ve added several more frames to look at the breakdown of the same dataset to this new view in a exploratory way to see variables that correspond or not.
As per verbatim from my previous post:
I’ve really into soccer in general, especially international play, after my grad school project where I worked at the Annenberg Innovation Lab collaborating with Havas Sports and Entertainment and IBM on a research project studying soccer fans (see Fans.Passions.Brands, Fan Favorites, and Sports Fan Engagement Dashboard). I also did my degree practicum on Marketing to Female Sports Fans.
I’m now in another universe creating data visualization at an advertising agency and am trying to combine the geeky fandom with practical practice related to my daily work.
I deliberately tried to use Tableau components and styling that was out of the ordinary, to some mixed level of success. I put in a custom color palette in the Tableau repository preferences file. Also, I tried to take advantage of using the context filters (when you click on one bar graph of a team for example, the other charts only show stats about that team you just click on instantly), scale filters, and pivoting the data on the third dimension, using both a color gradient and size of a value in a chart for instance.